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  1. Toddy

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    hello everyone, i decided to make a guide to help many beginners who have difficulty making cash/slayer/skilling. I see that in clan chat help there are many similar questions, because of that, I decided to do this guide. Skilling See about all the skills and how to train each of them -> SKILL GUIDES (can be found at Top Client > in-game guides > skilling index ) all skills when you reach a certain Level/Exp you earn cash Level 50 - 5m Coins 75 - 10m Coins 99 - 50m Coins Exp 50m Exp - 100m Coins 100m Exp - 150m Coins 150m-250m Exp 250m Coins Slayer -> Slayer One of the best ways to make money in GrinderScape is with Slayer. The Slayers Points you earn by completing the Slayer Masters Task you can exchange for various items. Slayer Ring (8) - It's free (it can teleport you to the task you assigned) Slayer Ring (Eternal) - Only costs 5 Slayer Points The most sought after by players are Tomes (1)-(5)-(10). Which ones can be purchased with Slayer Master? Mining / Agility / Thieving / Hunter / Slayer / Fishing / Woodcutting What they do ? Tomes (1) gives you 1,000,000 EXP ( Tomes (10) 10M EXP ) in a certain skill (not combat). Combat Lamp Offers 1,000,000 EXP in a Combat Skill. In Slayer skill there are some monsters that have some special items to kill them. Kurask (leaf Spear/Battleaxe/Sword - buy at slayer master or players) Locate: Pollnivneach Slayer Dungeon, Slayer Cave Turoth (leaf Spear/Battleaxe/Sword - buy at slayer master or players) Locate: Pollnivneach Slayer Dungeon, Slayer Cave, Chaos Tunnel Basilisk ( Mirror Shield - buy at slayer master per 35m ) Locate: Pollnivneach Slayer Dungeon, Slayer Cave Cockatrice ( Mirror Shield - buy at Slayer Master per 35m ) Locate: Slayer Cave Aberrant Spectre ( Nose Peg - buy at Slayer Master ) Locate: Slayer Tower 2rd Banshee ( Earmuffs - buy at Slayer Master ) Locate: Slayer Tower Gargoyle ( Rock Hammer "use in Gargoyle 5 hp or Less" - buy at Slayer Master ) Locate: Slayer Tower, Chaos Tunnel Best farm of slayer points is (in my opinion) 1-9 Chaelder Tasks 10 Duradal Task You need slayer enchantments to teleport to Duradel. Get the enchantments by killing spiders at Lumbridge or scorpions at the dwarf mining guild. and what is the best way to make money, if not, Bosses? ------------ Best to Farm Participation Points and also to make Achievements "Boss Obliterator" Link -> Jungle Demon The Best Boss to Make Money Is Mutant Tarn. Link -> Mutant Tarn But in case you want to know more about the bosses -> ALL BOSSES I found this topic 1+ year ago, but I think it might help someone else, Money Making 300m-5000m Per Hour Credit: @Eskiimo if anyone has anything else to add, feel free to talk here in the topic Well, for the little I know of Grinderscape, that's it, Thanks to everyone who's read this far and I hope it can help you. Sincerely, Toddy
  2. (Rough format for now will Update when I get to a computer) Hello all! i wanted to share a discovery I made about hunter and how you can efficiently get to 99 in 3-5 hours, depending on your game mode and attention to the game. right! Let’s get started! So be warned from the start: HUNTER IS BUGGY! And is the most hated and (not in reality) the slowest skill in the game (according to others I’ll debunk this) Anyway, on to the basics: BASICS To begin you will use ::shops, run west into the room full of stores and find the “SKILLING SHOP” There you will buy only one thing: Box traps. 5 to be exact. From there use the skilling teleport to teleport to “HUNTER ISLAND” It is here you will be training from 1-80 hunter. To Start run west towards copper long tails, you only need to catch 1-2 laying your box trap (yes, you can catch birds with box traps... and chinchompas with bird traps and vice versa. I choose box traps because it’s easier to tell when you’ve caught something) BUT.. BIG BUT.... DO NOT JUST PLACE IT ANYWHERE... This is key! Critical! To my method and is why hunter, when you want to get real exp. on Grinderscape, is NOT AFK. Here is the trick: Standing on the same tile as a hunter prey and placing a trap with both of you in the Same Tile will ALWAYS Trigger the prey to interact with the trap in grinderscape. This doesn’t mean you will catch it, you can still fail and you will have to disassemble and reassemble. using this method though you can expect to catch a prey every 5-8 seconds (I’ve tested this extensively).. When you unlock multiple traps you will want to use all your traps EXCEPT ONE to set around an area close but not where you are doing the active trapping to afk and idle while you hunt. Doing this you can rack up a couple extra prey a minute, increasing your xp. I WOULD NOT open a trap though unless at least two in the same vicinity have been triggered, as it is faster otherwise to just keep on with the active hunting. IMPORTANT NOTE: Moving too fast after disassembling/Checking a trap before the animation is over may glitch the game, causing you to be able to use less traps. Try to take care not to do this as I’ve gotten down to not being able to place traps at all. Like I said, hunter is BUGGED! You can always mitigate this by logging out and in a few times and seeing if you have any traps you’ve placed pop up and picking them up. (again don’t worry I’ll add photos and gifs to explain later or just pm me in game and I’ll show you personally how it’s done.) Anyway, here is what you want to hunt using this method until 80 at the hunter island. Do note the levels I put for some prey are higher than the levels you unlock them at, that is because until you are 5-10+ levels higher than the level you unlock them at your catch rate is too low to compare to the xp rates of lower level prey that you succeed at catching more often: 1-~13ish Copper Longtail (west side of island) 13-30 Various birds (grouped together south of island. Reference hunter guide in game for what you can catch at your level and aim for that.) 30-60 Rabbits. (West side of island. I did rabbits over ferrits because they are more clustered together and they are more in number) 60-80 Chinchompas (north side of island) Alright! You’ve survived hunter island, can lay five traps, and now you can move to catching Black Chinchompas in the wild. This is where your xp picks up. Getting to 80 should take anywhere from an 1 to 1 and a half hours. 80-99 will take around 2-3. How?! Didn’t someone say it took them 8? 6??? That it’s slow??? Yeah, it is, if you don’t use my method. again, here you will place 4 traps around the center of the chinchompa area clustered right next to each other. While waiting for those run around the perimeter actively catching (standing on same tile set trap, will activate it immediately) the black chinchompas. You should be able to get one actively every 5-8 seconds, averaging around 6 seconds per chinchompa. This will net you the following xp (adjust to your mode. I play Ironman so this is based off of me: 12,760 XP Per Black Chinchompa If I catch 12 a minute (10 from active and 2 from the afk traps) I am getting 150k a minute. now, it’s not a perfect world and you can’t expect to be glued to your screen for a straight hour so I’d say it’s more realistic to get around 120k, missing a couple chins here and there. Let’s run with the 120k, multiply by 60 and see what we get for the hour: 7,200,000 xp!!! wow! thats fast compared to other skills even! So, classic players will experience less xp but they should see around 4m+ an hour, which will mean they can get to 99 from 80 in around 2 1/2 — 3 hours or so. regular and Ironman can get there much quicker at 1 1/2 - 2 hours of hunting. awesome! i hope this helps some people out and we can all get back to skills we like and knock hunter out of the way quicker
  3. 1-99 Cooking Guide (Made Simple!) Hello Everyone! Back with another 1-99 Guide Today we will be looking at one of the quicker skills in the game: Cooking However, I will show you some tips and tricks to truly speed up the process and make it even quicker! Setup Begin with 50 Skilling Points at the Skilling point store at ::shops You will want to spend 50 points to buy the cooking gauntlets: The Cooking Gauntlets will Reduce your chance of burning food, which will save time or money. Great! Now you need something to Cook for experience Right? Well you have a few Options: Donor Zone: Use ::DZ (If you are a donor) and run due north and trade Harry in the shop north of the bank. He sells Raw Fish up to Bass. Bass may be slow Experience to 99 However, so I recommend doing it until you can cook Skilling Supplies/Buying Off Players (For Sharks and Manta Ray): These are 2500 Vote points each or 2500 Premium Points. I HIGHLY Recommend using your vote points on these if you are an ironman. Regular Players I would just buy raw fish off other players. Fishing (Duh!): You need to get it to 99 anyway, so save up the fish you get and you will easily have enough to get 99 Cooking. (I recommend for non irons to do cooking first and then powerfish using ::empty to save time on the 99 fishing grind) So! You can finally go cook! Now you want to do the following: use the City teleport to teleport to Varrock Run West/North west to the Cooking Guild: From What I've found the bank here to the Range in the picture is the closest in GrinderScape and it is here that you will be doing all of your cooking from 1-99 After that enjoy knocking another 99 out and all the tasty food you've made!
  4. Overview: As many of you know already, we have a mechanics In-game that rewards players with coins for performing skilling tasks, the amount of coins awarded to the player is based on the amount of experience gained by performing the task and the player's skill level in the skill in which the experience was gained. Link to graph: https://www.desmos.com/calculator/riwmhtpdac X-axis is the experience gain (horizontal) Y-axis is the coin output (vertical) The old function used for determining the amount of rewarded coins is graphed below: Problem: As can be derived from the graph, the amount of coins gained per experience is extremely high and applies to any skilling related event. Solution: In an effort to reduce this huge influx of money spawning into the game, we have adjusted the formula shown above to the following: Downside We recognise this will have a drastic impact on the monetary value of skilling supplies and that it will significantly hurt the net worth of players that have been hoarding these items. However we deem this a necessary step to prevent more damage from being done to the economy and we hope most of you will agree with that sentiment. Upside Over time the value of money will increase again and with that also the relative monetary value of the affected skilling supplies. To speed up this process, we will introduce other ways to reduce money in the game. Let us know your thoughts, we're open for other ideas to inceltivize skilling.
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